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of america is. palin's book "going rogue" right now number one on amazon's best-seller list. that brings to us tonight's punch line, courtesy of wanda sykes. she gets the last laugh on attorney general eric holder. >> i want to know why people paying attention to attorney general eric holder? our attorney general, he said he's not scared to bring the terrorists here. you know, i like that. why are people feeling secure about that? but i think the problem is, because, you know, eric holder looks like steadman. >> wanda sykes, everybody. that is the "mash-up." >>> breaking news tonight, president obama meeting with his war council, a decision on how many troops to send to afghanistan, coming as early as next week. the big question, though, how will he pay for it? tonight's newsmaker, a key democrat who wants a war tax. >>> plus, a medical breakthrough. a man who doctors thought was in a coma for 23 years was conscious the earn tire time and could hear everything going on around him. voices heard. now, the president and congress are moving forward... with reform that includes the best ideas
star adam lambert is finding out the hard way. abc's "good morning america" pulled the plug on his live performance tomorrow morning all because of the smooch he shared with his keyboardist at the american music awards. the good news for lambert, cbs' "early show" booked him right away and all of this gives us a chance to show the greatest hits of controversial kisses, most of which don't seem like that big of a deal all these many years later, take a look. ♪ kiss ♪ you've got to not talk dirty baby if you want to impress me ♪ >> your nose is cold. ♪ you can't be too flirty, mama ♪ ♪ i know how to undress me ♪ kiss >> adam lambert, no worries, the careers of these controversial killers turned out just fine. >>> octomon suleman has her own morning show tour. here is what she told abc about the chances of having yet another baby. >> will you ever have more children? >> oh, my goodness, i don't even want to talk about that. i don't know, if i get married some day in the future. >> you could see maybe having more? >> by choice for almost ten years and if i wanted to do it in t
? >> what you did that got you branded as america's worst mom, was about not overscheduling your kids. you wrote about letting your 9-year-old take the subway alone? >> as it will be chiseled on my tombstone. my son has been asking me and my husband if he could do that because we're in new york city, we're on the subway all the time. he gets familiar with it. we see how it's safe and there's tons of people around. it's the urban equivalent of when your kid says, mom, would you please quit holding the bike. i want to ride by myself. you've got to let go of the handlebars. >> po, talk to me about that balance, legitimate safety concerns that parents have, obviously, and the things that we do need to let go of. >> right. by the time children are in middle school, 10 years old, we have to stop expecting them to tell us everything. some things need to be none of our business. for every time we set a rule for our kids and we talk to them as some family rule, as parents, we should go back and think about in what way should i encourage my own child's independence and atopmy to balance this out. >>
. withoadside assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> i'm 80% sure i shot only two bullets. >> reporter: after hours and hours of interrogations, the army knew the truth. three sergeants shot and killed four detainees. soldiers even sketch the crime scene. it shows the canal and the iraqis lined up next to it. first sergeant john hatley was the focus of the investigation. soldiers say it was his idea to kill the men since he believed the rules for holding detainees were not working. he feared the four iraqis that the soldiers just captured would be let go free to attack another day. this 2005 memo marked draft imposed detailed stand sdashds for evidence soldiers needed before suspected insurgents could be detained. failure to follow these regulations may result in acq t acquittal or premature release of detainees according to the document. written after the scandal at abu ghraib prison and these embarrassing photos were made public. the memo was intended to tighten stand sdarsd for detaining prisoners. >> how is everybody doing? >> any kind of problems rig
of america's most powerful and privileged elite, all sworn to secrecy. ♪ (announcer) here's hoping you find something special in your driveway this holiday. ho-ho-ho! (announcer) get an exceptional offer on the mercedes-benz you've always wanted at the winter event going on now. but hurry - the offer ends soon. hey thanks for the window seat. oh please. you got the presentation? oh yeah right here. let me stow that for you, sir. thank you. you know, just to be safe i used fedex office print online. oh you did? yeah -- they printed and bound 20 copies of the presentation, shipped it to portland, they're gonna be there waiting for us. that's a good idea. yeah. you have a nice flight. thank you. (announcer) print online...you upload your document -- we'll take care of the rest. >>> i'm erica hill. here's what's happening right now. golf superstar tiger woods is out of the hospital following a car accident outside his home near orlando. woods' suv struck a hydrant and a tree. the police chief telling cnn woods' wife heard the crash and used a golf club to break out the suv's back window and get
you noticed that? this week, sarah palin is going to appear on oprah, "good morning america," "abc world news," "nightline," sean hannity and "20/20." >> unnamed mccain aides calling you a diva, a whack job. >> let's talk about the interview with katie curic. >> must we? okay. >> what newspapers and magazines did you regular read? >> all of them, any of them. >> she had been prepared specifically on both of those questions? >> yes, especially -- >> so i knew it wasn't a good interview. those are back-assward ways of trying to fix the income. >> that's what i don't like. when you peel back the layers of the palin onion, there's no onion! ♪ don't call it a comeback ♪ i've been here for years >> you know what they're calling you now? evita. ave perone. that's what they're calling you now. >> i think i'm having more fun now though so -- ♪ never left >> meanwhile, there's good news tonighhe h1n1 virus. the centers for disease control is saying it's on the wane in some parts of the country. some states reporting widespread flu activity though. there's a much higher rate than in the
of america over this. >> reporter: the investigator informs hatley the secret is out. and it's bound to get worse. >> we've got a hell of a lot of pretty damn concerned high-level people way hell above my pay grade that are grabbing their ankles and bracing for what's bound to be an ugly damn mess if this becomes a big drawn-out, public knife fight. >> reporter: hatley would eventually ask for a lawyer, and that would end this session. he left no clues as to why he pulled the trigger that day. this video was shot during hatley's four-day trial. you can barely make him out, but that's john and kim hatley walking into court. move away for respect to them. >> reporter: soldiers shield him from our camera. they form a barricade. once again, protecting their leader. all three soldiers were convicted of premeditated murder, and conspiracy to commit premeditated murder. in this military courtroom in germany. they're all prisoners at fort leavenworth in kansas. two other soldiers were sent to prison but are now free. joshua hartson confronted our camera crew. he was one of the last soldiers to see
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